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It seems one team is letting the side down.¬†ūü§ź

https://www.rugby-league.com/article/61581/disciplinary-|-match-review-panel

Following the latest round of fixtures, the Match Review Panel have issued the following sanctions:

Charges

  • Kaide Ellis - Wigan Warriors - Dangerous Contact¬†- B¬†- ¬£250 Fine
  • Matty English - Huddersfield Giants¬†- Dangerous Contact -¬†A¬†- Not applicable
  • Willie Isa - Wigan Warriors¬†- Dangerous Contact¬†- B¬†- 1 Match Penalty Notice
  • Brad O‚ÄôNeill - Wigan Warriors¬†- Dangerous Contact¬†- A¬†- Not applicable
  • Brad O‚ÄôNeill - Wigan Warriors¬†- Dangerous Contact¬†- B¬†- ¬£250 Fine
  • Jake Wardle - Wigan Warriors¬†- Dangerous Contact¬†- B¬†- ¬£250 Fine
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I can confirm 30+ less sales for Scotland vs Italy at Workington, after this afternoons test purchase for the Tonga match, £7.50 is extremely reasonable, however a £2.50 'delivery' fee for a walk in purchase is beyond taking the mickey, good luck with that, it's cheaper on the telly.

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18 minutes ago, PEANUT HEAD said:

Disgraceful rfl leigh loose obrian for 11 day after a late shot to the head, wardle gets a £250 fine, so much for player welfare great deterrent. 

( it's Wigan ---)

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I must admit, I'm finding the late off the ball hits to be an absolute disgrace and we should be tougher on them, rather than softening the punishment like we decided this year. 

And thats on both sides of the world, there are some shockers in the NRL. 

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14 hours ago, PEANUT HEAD said:

Disgraceful rfl leigh loose obrian for 11 day after a late shot to the head, wardle gets a £250 fine, so much for player welfare great deterrent. 

After having the opportunity to watch the Wardle late hit on O'Brien other than at the ground, I am totally amazed that the judiciary have not given him a period ban, clearly the tackle is late and he directly hits the head of O'Brien quite clearly you could see his head jolt backwards with the impact and he was immediately concussed and out with the fairies.

So I suppose this is the "new norm" now for this offence.

No way is this sour grapes from a Leigh fan, we were well beaten on the night but it is in complete astonishment that Wardle (and his club) has escaped further punishment other than just a fine.

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13 hours ago, Dave T said:

I must admit, I'm finding the late off the ball hits to be an absolute disgrace and we should be tougher on them, rather than softening the punishment like we decided this year. 

And thats on both sides of the world, there are some shockers in the NRL. 

They're just cheap shots, that seem to have become more common since late shots on a kicker were clamped down on. 

To be honest, I'm struggling to see the point of the disciplinary process now. It seems to be an exercise in picking up £250 a time for a bad tackle. If it's not something that was worthy of a red card and/or a ban, just let the referee's decision be final. Am surprised Wardle didn't get a 1 match ban though.

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31 minutes ago, Harry Stottle said:

After having the opportunity to watch the Wardle late hit on O'Brien other than at the ground, I am totally amazed that the judiciary have not given him a period ban, clearly the tackle is late and he directly hits the head of O'Brien quite clearly you could see his head jolt backwards with the impact and he was immediately concussed and out with the fairies.

So I suppose this is the "new norm" now for this offence.

No way is this sour grapes from a Leigh fan, we were well beaten on the night but it is in complete astonishment that Wardle (and his club) has escaped further punishment other than just a fine.

I don't think it's particularly high. I think it's the whiplash effect and landing that knocked O'Brien out. Trouble is, along with how late it was, there was no real attempt to wrap his arm around to complete a tackle. 

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9 minutes ago, phiggins said:

I don't think it's particularly high. I think it's the whiplash effect and landing that knocked O'Brien out. Trouble is, along with how late it was, there was no real attempt to wrap his arm around to complete a tackle. 

If it was whiplash Higgy, his head would have gone *forwards being hit from the front and not backwards which is very evident in the match video.

*Relate it to a car crash, a shunt in the rear creates backward motion of the head, a full on front collision makes the body go forward and brings the crash bag into operation. 

There was definite contact to the head by Wardle.

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18 hours ago, PEANUT HEAD said:

Disgraceful rfl leigh loose obrian for 11 day after a late shot to the head, wardle gets a £250 fine, so much for player welfare great deterrent. 

And Leigh lost momentum then as well.

Once the new disciplinary arrangements were in place and meant people stayed on the pitch and fines became the order of the day we were always going to be embroiled in fairness and justice arguments.

Although I agree that RL is better for being 13 v 13 the system of punishments beyond that should reflect the infringement.

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